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Georgia on Obama’s Mind

The selection of Joe Biden as a running mate may help Obama over the threshold on national security issues.

Agencies make the best of tight technology budgets

Two wars, a plunging deficit and a slow economy have made fiscal 2008 a historic year—for all the wrong reasons.

FAA system failure grounds hundreds of flights

Agency says software problem appears to be the cause.

The Chevrolet Equinox fuel cell electric vehicle is a centerpiece of the plan.

U.S. Postal Service tests new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle

The world’s largest civilian fleet owner wants to drive the market for green transportation.

Labor group highlights candidates’ differences on federal employee issues

Views on bargaining rights for airport screeners and contracting show important distinctions between Obama and McCain, AFL-CIO political director says.

Contractors face prospect of losing immunity in Iraq

A final agreement has yet to be reached, making it difficult to determine how companies could be affected.

Small biz advocates say change in disclosure process reduces transparency

Registry no longer requires firms to document individual offices’ annual revenue or number of employees in federal contractor database.

Rule change to provide more contracting opportunities for vets

Proposed regulation would allow VA to restrict contracts for veteran-owned and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses.

Hurricane Fay reminds managers of emergency workforce flexibilities

Direct hiring authority, premium pay for employees are among several options available to agencies during a crisis.

Equal employment report shows mixed success

Federal workers file fewer complaints, but agencies pay more in damages.